Person:Konrad Heinlein (1)

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Konrad Heinlein
b.21 MAY 1863 Germany
 
  1. Konrad Heinlein1863 -
  2. Jim HeinleinAbt 1877 -
  3. Lizzy HeinleinAbt 1878 -
m. ABT 1889
  1. Harry HeinleinAbt 1886 -
  2. Christine Anne Heinlein1891 - 1943
  3. Minnie HeinleinAbt 1893 -
m. ABT 1896
  1. Lizzie HeinleinAbt 1896 -
  2. George J. HeinleinAbt 1897 -
  3. Bertha HeinleinAbt 1898 -
Facts and Events
Name Konrad Heinlein
Gender Male
Birth[1] 21 MAY 1863 Germany
Immigration[1] 1883 from Rotterdam
Marriage ABT 1889 to UNKNOWN UNKNOWN
Natualization[1] 1 MAR 1892 Quarter Session, Pittsburgh, Allegheny, PA
Marriage ABT 1896 to Lena UNKNOWN
Census[3] 1900 Sheet No. 4A, Moon, Allegheny, PA
Census? 1910 Sheet No. 3B, Distrist 165, Moon, Allegheny, PA
Census[4] 1920 Sheet No. 12A, District 256, Moon, Alleheny, PA
Census? 1930 Sheet No. 2A, District 903, Moon, Allegheny, PA
Occupation[1] farmer (census), gardener (passport)


First found in 1900 living with wife of four years, Lena. She’s listed as having given birth to three children. Those children all appear in the household: Lizzie, Georgie and Bertha. Also living in the house are three step children: Harry (age 14), Frany (age 8) and Minna Heinlein (age 7).

I believe that these two children are possibly from Conrad’s first marriage to an unknown woman, and not Lena’s children, despite the fact that they are listed as *his* step-children. b/c: Lena is listed as having only three children and the step-kids have the surname Heinlein. The step-kids mother is said to be from Germany and Lena was from PA. Also, in 1910 the two girls show again (though Frany = Anna C) and are not step-kids.

Traveled to/from Germany in 1922. Returned on ship Saxonia from Hamburg on 19 Aug 1922 to New York. Traveled with wife, Lena.

value of home in 1930: $27,500

References
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 Source (269).
  2.   Source (270).
  3. “Coon Heinlein”
  4. born “Bavaria (Ger)”